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Art from Lehman Brothers European offices for sale

LONDON — Fancy a credit-crunch keepsake or a meltdown memento?

Artworks, objects and office signs from the European offices of Lehman Brothers are being auctioned to help pay creditors of the failed investment bank, Christie's auction house said Monday.

The Sept. 29 sale in London will feature works by modern artists including Gary Hume and Lucian Freud, a selection of maritime and sporting paintings, and a variety of tea caddies, cigar boxes and Chinese ceramics. It is expected to raise about 2 million pounds ($3.2 million).

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